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Has anyone tried these? They actually look pretty nice... That being said, how are they in the water?

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not high quality..tend to be fragile. They do look pretty decent and for the price theyre worth a try.

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I have tried the BBZ knock off, and I can tell you that I regret it. It only swims when you wake it, the tail is put on poorly(granted BBZ isn't that great either), and the compartments are just junk.

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I got some from Ebay. They look good for sure and a few have a real wide angle wobble. I `m hoping the pike will like them real well and leave my LC`s alone.

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I suggest you stay with the proven USA or Japanese brands.

 

China is known for its "knockoffs" which many times will fail.

 

I would rather see someone buy one "expensive" USA bait than a bunch of cheap ones from China.

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I suggest you stay with the proven USA or Japanese brands.

China is known for its "knockoffs" which many times will fail.

I would rather see someone buy one "expensive" USA bait than a bunch of cheap ones from China.

^^^ This

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Pretty sure the s-waivers are made in China and so are some other prominate baits. But stick with baits that are proven.

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The generic chinese knock offs should probsbly be avoided, but the established american or japanese brand lures manufactured in china are okay. They probably have set standards. This actually reminds me, I was looking at sebile lures the other day and it says " Made in the PRC" which is basically China. PRC= Peoples Republic of China. I guess they don't think we're very bright.

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